Michael Gove hits out at contemporary art with some angry hashtags. Luckily the former culture minister was on hand to fight its corner…
The art of celebrity comes to Miami Beach once more – and Rakewell is on hand to help you tell your James Corden from your James Franco
Philip Hammond upsets the Janeites; Paolozzi’s Piscator in search of an owner; and how Boris Johnson ended up as a bumblebee
Paintings by Michelangelo, Leonardo and Caravaggio have been infiltrated with pizza slices in the name of pizza delivery.
Having a laugh with Bob Rauschenberg; the man who would be Van Gogh; and rock’n’roll stories from Johnny Marr and Sean Lennon
FIFA shelled out millions on the new World Football Museum but it still looks set to attract fewer visitors this year than a Cristiano Ronaldo-themed museum
The Bullingdon comes to the block; beauty and the beast of brutalism; a disaster in Lisbon; and an avian seance in a London gallery
The David Bowie auction diet; introducing Picasso’s, erm, brown period; and Barbara Kruger’s failed Trump prophecy
MoMA has acquired the original set of emojis and is set to put them on public display. But the emoji effect is visible in the Old Master world, too
Halloween horrors hit museum’s social media accounts, Ai Weiwei gets sweary, and Grayson Perry takes aim at Rafael Vinoly
First a sculpture of Hillary Clinton suckling a banker appeared in New York, and now comes Donald Trump as an ugly Renaissance baby
The Madonna and Maggie Simpson; Alex Katz at H&M; the girl with the not-so-pearl earring and more
Michael Gove ❤ art history; Mr. Turner’s lost masterpiece; Rod Stewart’s tour of the Royal Academy; and a topsy-turvy Matisse
Educating the young ’uns at Frieze; art criticism from Donald Trump; Grayson Perry’s favourite hatchet jobs; and Middlesbrough’s #Squirrelgate
Jeff Koons goes shopping, plus other Frieze week art happenings and ironic after-parties
The latest from Snoop Dogg’s painting career; plus Tate’s buttocks are too sensitive for Twitter
The Van Gogh Museum is to launch a multimedia guide with DJ Armin van Buuren. The yellow house music, anyone?
Is David Shrigley‘s fourth-plinth sculpture sincere or satirical?
The portraits of 'Pricasso'; Vittorio Sgarbi takes aim at Swissair; the sartorial secrets of Simon de Pury; and John Cale's debt to art
Why is Stalin vaping and what does Karl Marx have in common with Arnold Schwarzenegger?
Ramzan Kadyrov is the latest figure to embrace the 2016 armour revival
Inside the YBAs’ houses; educating Trump; and a drinky art fair director
Rakewell rounds up the best of the satirical art taking aim at Donald Trump
The Berghain has been recognised as a ‘high art’ institution. Museum directors will be pleased!